Implementation of Content Poisoning Attack Detection and Reaction in Virtualized NDN Networks

Abstract : The orchestration of countermeasures in the context of security incidents remains a challenging task for network operators. The main objective of this demonstration is to present how this orchestration is possible in the context of a virtualized NDN network. Based on an adaptation of the TOSCA topology and orchestration model, it is possible to trigger these countermeasures after the detection of NDN specific attacks. We show how the Montimage Monitoring Tool (MMT) has been adapted to detect typical Content Poisoning Attack (CPA), and how the orchestrator can trigger reactions to mitigate their impact on the network.
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Hoang Mai, Messaoud Aouadj, Guillaume Doyen, Daishi Kondo, Xavier Marchal, et al.. Implementation of Content Poisoning Attack Detection and Reaction in Virtualized NDN Networks. ICIN 2018 - 21st Conference on Innovation in Clouds, Internet and Networks, Feb 2018, Paris, France. pp.3. ⟨hal-01907004⟩

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